The 27-year-old’s impressive form resulted in him being called up to Gareth Southgate’s England squad for the first time in his career and he has already got off the mark this term thanks to grabbing a late equaliser at Burnley last weekend.
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However, a transfer failed to materialise and Bamford signed a new five-year deal which will keep him at Elland Road until 2026.
Former All Leeds TV anchorman Wainman believes Bamford, who joined from Middlesbrough three years ago, was the subject of offers before the transfer window slammed shut earlier this week.
He told TIF: “The fact we have been able to get Bamford to sign a long-term deal is great for the club.
“Angus Kinnear was on record saying we had bids for players in the tens of millions of pounds and enquiries that the club batted back. I think Patrick would have been in that.
“The fact he is dedicated to the cause and wanting to stay at Leeds is only a positive.”